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Auto screen rotate shortcut?

22nd April 2014, 08:12 AM |#1  
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Did a search, no luck. Just got phone yesterday, love it for the price. There's no auto screen rotate shortcut on the pull down menu. What's most battery efficient, easy to use app to get a shortcut?

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I don't remember if you can add buttons in the stock ROM (i'm in CM11), but in my ICS days i used "Powerwidgets" as my command center in the homescreen. They have a paid and a free (lite) app in the store and the only difference is that in the lite version every some uses an notification appears that you can discard as easily as it shows ups.

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Did a search, no luck. Just got phone yesterday, love it for the price. There's no auto screen rotate shortcut on the pull down menu. What's most battery efficient, easy to use app to get a shortcut?

Thx

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Root + xposed framework + gravitybox
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Cwm + http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2710219
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I use the app "Notification toggle" for this

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Root, Xposed Framework + GravityBox. Install Desktop VisualizeR.
Long press on homescreen: Choose Desktop VisualizeR widget, set no icon and launch action as - Others > GravityBox Actions > Toggle auto rotation.

Through this method, I have the hidden icon in top left corner of my homescreen for enabling / disabling auto rotation.
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